Known best on her behalf role mainly because Cassietta Hetebrink about NBC’s Amen, Montgomery also starred mainly because Olivia Williams about ABC’s Married People. Also a stage celebrity, she gained an Obie Honor for her overall performance in the 1970s Off-Broadway creation of My Sister, My Sister. Among her first display credits is at a 1976 made-for-TV film titled The Initial Breeze of Summer time. She belonged to New York-based theatre ensembles known as the La Mama Experimental Theater Club as well as the Negro Outfit Company. She was created and elevated in Queens, NY. She aimed S. Epatha Merkerson and Ruby Dee in the 2013 film Mitote.